Thursday, October 8, 2009

A Path Less Traveled

I'm here! I'm heere!! Sorry for the absences here on the blog this week. Everyone is crazy busy. I, for one, am crazy busy in a good way. My hubby who has been gone since March (gotta love the Navy life) is back home. Yippee!!

Last week, on Thursday's Thoughts, I shared with you a sneak peek of this month's fabulous Smarty Pants kit. The Gallery will go live on Saturday at 10 PM EST. But, in the meantime, I thought I would share a peek into one of my projects for the October Gallery. Our theme is "Lessons". A pretty obvious choice due to the school-related-looking patterened papers. I printed some pictures of my eldest son on the first day of second grade and started creating. I even glimmer-misted!! So much fun. I highly recommend it.

I digress, yet again. But, when it came time to journal my page, I completely switched gears. While my hubby was away, my 8yo really stepped up and taught me a lot of things. A lesson, I guess you could say... I titled my page "He is My Rock". The hidden journaling (written on a Jillibean Sprout tucked behind the picture) says "he's my #1 child; he's my friend; he's my helper; he's the one I can count on; he's the one I leaned on." It's ok to use pictures that don't match your story, just like I did here. And, I still got to show off some of those great first day shots we all loove to take.


Brook October 8, 2009 at 2:18 PM  

Really cute sneak, Jenny! Can't wait to see the whole page. :)

Michelle October 11, 2009 at 11:35 AM  

Oh my!! What great LO's you guys!! Jenny, I love all the DW LO's!! And I thought I took alot of pics... 700+. Brook, I love the LO of Grace with all the squares! Your Ben reminds me of my Ben with his love for trucks!! Frances, I still say Brock reminds me so much of Ben!!! I cut his hair.. :( Curls are gone, for now. Love the double page!! And the one where he has ice on his forehead. That is SO Ben. You should see his face right now!!! Estee, I hope you are doing ok. :)

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